Thought on Christianity and Social Justice

Being a Christian has nothing to do with the modern insidious and cancerous idea of social justice, for what being a Christian entails is striving to be perfect like God, and yet since God is love, and since He loves those in the world even though those in the world all too often hate Him, so too must the Christian love those in the world even though he may be hated for it, and yet it is precisely such an approach of love–love in the true sense, not the modern sense–that creates real social justice; but if the Christian puts social justice prior to his perfection before God, he will soon be little more than a wolf in sheep’s clothing who actually brings neither proper love or true justice to anyone that he meets.

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